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In The News
A compilation of news stories about the Mason Law community


A snapshot of selected MAY 2013 news and activities:

IN THE HEADLINES

The Wall Street Journal
Saying that net-neutrality rules hurt rather than help consumers, Professor Thomas Hazlett argues in the Wall Street Journal that the framework for an open Internet was developed by business practices emerging in an unregulated marketplace, rather than by policy, and that such regulation is unnecessary to its proper functioning.
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The Journal of Law
The Journal of Law has selected two of Professor Ilya Somin's contributions to the Volokh Conspiracy blog as among the top six legal blog posts of mid-2012 to early 2013. Somin's posts were published in The Post: Good Scholarship from the Internet in Volume 3, Issue 1, of The Journal of Law.
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Forbes
As the Senate debates the Marketplace Fairness Act that would permit states to collect sales and use tax from remote sellers, Professor Michael Greve offers some observations and suggestions in a Forbes op-ed.
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